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DRAWN MATCH

FOURTH VICTORY TEST HONOURS GO TO ENGLAND Rec. 11.10 a.m. LONDON, August 8. Although the Fourth Victory Tost faded out without a decision, it was a moral victory for the English eleven, who, on the three days' play, looked the better side. Declaring just before the tea adjournment to-cay, Hammond made a bid for victory, but, after securing four wickets at low cost, Miller and Stanford steadily batted out time.

England's batsmen were untroubled by the Australian attack. Hammond anil Washbrook added 157 for the fourth wicket, and Washbrook and Edrich 100 for the fifth wicket. Washbrook scored 112 in 235 minutes. He hit a sixer and nine fours. Hammond batted with his old-time brilliance to-day, and Edrich, too played brightly. Australia, SO behind on the first innings, lost four wickets lor that number of runs before Miller and Stanford stopped the rot. The attendance to-day was about 20,000. Scores:— AUSTRALIA—First Innings. J. A. Workman, lbw. b Pollard 6 R. S. Wliitlngton, c Hiuton, b Pope ... ' 46 L. Hassett, c Wright, b Pope "0 S. Sismey, c Fishlock, b Pollard 59 K. Miller, b Pope iiu R. Stanford, b Pope '" * o C. Pepper, c and b Roberts '!! 57 J. Pettlford, c Wright, b Pollard "' 3-> R. Cristofani, c Edrich, b Pollard 14 R. G. Williams, c Fishlock, b Roberts .. " ' l R. S. Ellis, not out ... n Extras 33

Australia.—First innings, 388: second lnniiws 14(1 Stanford Va*™, 39. Mlllc? 35 no® 'out one lor 23. Pollart'onf l ??,. <° r * 2 ' Wr *>" rf„o."?.i a J'^ir First 'nmngs. 468 for seven wickets wnit S? 'Hammond 83, Washbrook 112, Edrich 73Williams three for 100. Pettlford three for 62). The match was drawn.

Total 388 388. Ckete: 15 ' 7 °' 108 ' 262< 265 ' 301 ' 359 ' Bowling:. Pope 43" *f' «• W. Pollard •" 37, 4 ,? 3 * Wright ! 28 1 71 n Edrich q " o RoberUi 16 4 39 2

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DRAWN MATCH, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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DRAWN MATCH Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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